Representative Democracy seems to have reached its profound limits in Africa, even though it is very recent. The permanent dramatic organization of elections and its also dramatic consequences in various have stirred up discouragement about what could happen about african representative democracy. Most elections are rigged, so power holders are not really the results of people’s will, as confirmed by the political behaviours of the elected once they are in power.
In this context and to , AfroLeadership believes that a very dynamic participatory democracy is the best and cost-effective means to structure african democracies. It is imperative to educate citizens so as to improve people’s participation to public affairs, as political elites have apparently capture political space, and use public resources for their tribal ou clanist interest.